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    November 10, 2012
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. hello, everybody, you made it to try day friday, november 9th. >> wow, my gosh it's flying by. >> we've gone from practically a nor'easter to what are going to be warmer temperatures in the 60s over the weekend. >> we'll take it with great gratitude. >> what's happening? >> it must be the scent of fresh
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bread causing it, i don't know. might be power's back on and we're smelling bread again. >> there is a study -- >> another one. >> i want to smell it too. they say if you smell the scent of freshly baked bread, it makes you act nicer to strangers. >> i think you need to smell it in the air, not put it up to your nose. >> if you're in a bakery. >> or around a bakery and it's wafting, wafting. this you have to stick up a nostril. >> researchers actually stationed people outside of french bakeries, then they had some people outside of clothing stores. they had decoys drop a glove to see who would help them pick it up. more people helped outside a bakery than outside a clothing store. >> 75%. which is important. we're sick to death of numbers after the election, but that's a big deal, 77 down to 52%? >> jaynie and i talked about
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having a bread shop. if you crank up the music and are kneading bread, the smell, the feeling, people walking in, the good news. >> remember one of our favorite movies, "it's complicated"? she works in that pastry shop? >> i love that! >> movie is unbelievable. >> with the flour and the smells. >> nothing sexier than making a croissant together, baby. might get you to poughkeepsie, who knows. have you planned your weekend yet, hoda? >> i never plan. >> you know what i love about you, your spontaneity. i'm a planner because i just had to be for most of my life, but i don't ever want to lose that spontaneous part of me. there's yet another survey. >> this one says that 3/4 of young single women start planning their weekends on wednesday. you know what i think it is, you don't want to be without something to do. on wednesday they start texting and e-mailing. >> how many? >> this is how long it takes to plan. >> it takes ten text messages, three e-mails, five phone calls,
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eight posts on facebook, and three tweets. >> how do i get out of the house with this social media? call a friend, you want to go to dinner? see you at gabriel's 7:00 saturday night. >> but listen to to this. >> the optimum time people meet on saturday night seems to be, according to the survey, 8:23 p.m. that's not for me. way too late. >> i'm in jammys by then. i don't like to be out late. >> me neither. >> i really don't. >> i like the meeting and i always say this to people. i say let's meet at 5:30 so they say 6:00 then i get what i want. no one meets at 5:30. >> you can get a table, hear what your friend is saying. >> kind of like happy hour. >> waiters are attentive. >> enjoying yourself. >> then when everyone starts arriving at 8:30, you're finished, you can go home and get in your jammys. that's my favorite kind of night. >> have you always been this way or since you turned 48? >> thanks for the reminder.
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i thought for a second am i 48? i am. i'm 48. >> i've always been this way. i don't like to be out late. >> i don't like late nights either. every now and then i think it's fun, but for the most part, i i'd rather have had my fun, my laughs, my conversation early. >> this experience with doing our show here and going to "scandalous," which is a theater life, is completely opposite than morning television life. i go to bed around 1:00 and am up at 4:00 or 5:00. >> that's crazy. >> our show doesn't start until 8:00. and i'm thinking tick okay tock. >> why don't they start until earlier? >> that's broadway. >> we are going to do a segment today on why we are not sleeping. >> everybody else out there that lives semi-normal lives. >> sometimes we look for one fix it. like the middle of the night i don't know what time it is and i
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reach for my iphone or clock. i want to know i do have 45 minutes or four hour left to sleep. you want to know. when you have hours, oh, my god, that's so great. when you have 45 minutes, that's depressing. >> i don't care what time it is, i'm going to sleep until my alarm goes off. i don't use an alarm. >> what, how do you get up? >> i am up. i'm post-menopausal. who needs a clock? all right. so here is a poll that men are not going to like, but women are going to nod their heads and say of course that's true. they are polls about going to poughkeepsie. you guys who watch our program know what that means. >> look it up. you won't find what it means. it will say a city in new york, but it's not. >> they surveyed 6,000 people and they wanted to reveal how men and women viewed sex differently. they asked these 6,000 people, did your partner, did your wife, girlfriend, go to poughkeepsie during your romp.
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85% of men said their female partners reached poughkeepsie. >> no problem, she's with me. >> when men left, they asked the women. >> who reached poughkeepsie? >> they go not with him. >> 64% of women said that they did. >> you think they are telling the truth? >> i think the 64% are, they are faking it for the guy so he doesn't feel bad. >> or they want it over. >> they want it over. it takes too long sometimes. you know it does. sometimes you want it over. everyone -- you want it over. it's enough already, right? >> sometimes it is. i'm not saying every time, there are certain times you're exhausted. >> why did you -- attempt a trip to poughkeepsie to begin with? >> it's not about you, it's about him. that time. >> okay. >> that's what you do. >> you lie to him because you care so much about him? >> sometimes it's a good lie. >> i don't know if you've seen a theme this past week, we're a lying, thieving group of
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individuals. >> there are little levels of things. not everything is black and white. >> one lie makes it easier to lie the next time. >> no, no, here's the thing. >> i got away with it last time. >> do i look good in this dress? >> it's not your best dress. >> you would not have normally said that except you're taking the truth serum. you would have said you look good. >> but you do look good. >> you said it's not your best dress. >> i told the truth in the spirit of love. another study! >> oh, no, what is it? >> facebook. >> i think we skip this one. i do. okay, do it. kind of boring. >> facebook is more tempting than sex. this i do not understand, because i don't go on facebook. research from chicago university monitored 205 people a week to suss out their cravings. what they found -- >>
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>> they wanted to check if people liked -- shopping, food -- >> people are most likely to get into the urge for. >> apparently, facebook, e-mail, twitter was number one on the things you could not resist. more so than shopping and other things. >> poughkeepsie. >> poughkeepsie. >> why is that? how sick is that? >> you know what, people don't want -- look, whenever i'm in an elevator, nobody looks up. they are always looking down. >> i make a point to say to someone, good morning, how are you? what's your dog's name? you know, because they are so into their nose up to something. it's a problem, hoda. we are post-modern society. for the first time in history, we are more comfortable in technology than fellow human beings. if we don't think we're going to pay some kind of price for that as a society --. >> i've thought about this before. we're so obsessed with texting. if texting had come first and then you could talk to somebody
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on the phone, we'd be so into it. but because it went the other way, it's quicker, less back and forth. >> here's the thing, and we all do this. we know when we see who's called or texted us, we all do. human beings do what they want to do. there are some people you're thrilled to hear from, you dial them right away. other people, oh, that's going to be five minutes, you text them. right? >> or that person that never stops talking you don't even pick up. >> you monitor your time. you're realizing i will never get off the phone if i get on with that person, so you text. >> can we eat something? >> no. >> i'm hungry. let's talk about these. they are so cute. they look like chinese takeout, it's try-day friday, they are cupcakes layered in a to-go container. >> i don't know. >> this is black and white. go all the way in.
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look what's happening here. it's got layers. >> this one is salty peanut. i didn't get down to the cake, though. delicious. >> $5.95 each at cakeout.net. okay, do your friday funny. >> you know what? >> what? >> shortly after -- i'm going to wait. [ laughter ] >> i might as well enjoy it while it lasts. shortly after an airline flight had reached its cruising altitude, the captain announced, ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain, welcome to flight 330, non-stop from london heathrow to toronto. weather ahead is good, we should have a smooth, uneventful flight. so sit back, relax and oh, my god! silence followed. some moments later the captain came back on the intercom. ladies and gentlemen, i'm sorry if i scared you while i was talking to you. a flight attendant accidentally spilled a cup of hot coffee in my lap. you should see the front of my pants.
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a passenger yelled -- "for heaven's sakes, you should see the back of mine!" >> i want to thank my friend robert shepherd who sent that into me. >> you know what it's time for? >> bobbie's buzz! >> hey, girl, how are you? >> i have brand new beauty people are buzzing about. chanel had tattoos come out. dior one-upped them with gold. tattoos. you can wear your jewelry on your skin. we have a picture of what a bracelet looks like. it's actually cool for a holiday. it's a real gold tattoo. >> how long does it last? >> probably 24 hours, maybe longer if you don't shower or something. i don't know. >> then nobody is going to care. this i'm kind of obsessed with. urban decay has come up with lip gloss in a pencil form. i gave hoda a color that would work for her. if we look really close, this pencil will help you apply really rich color, but it feels
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and looks like a lip gloss without the stickiness and gunk. >> it stays, right? >> it stays. it's great. >> i love them. they have a range of colors. brand new launching this month. in the winter we get the dull, dry skin, glam glow is at sephora. it's this super mud. it's not only a mud mask but while it's on your face, you can see it pulling the toxins out in capsules, but it also has acid exfoliants, like a peel. this will really help transform your skin. >> i like that. >> everything's on klgandhoda.com. >> how are you feel something. >> great. >> lunch with her, then pneumonia. >> i'm doing well. >> thank you, love you. what is keeping you up late at night? >> the real reasons you can't sleep. cody simpson performs in our studio. he's 15, taking the world by storm. first, these messages. [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus presents the cold truth.
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are you having trouble falling asleep at night? it may not be the late-night cappuccino keeping you up. >> cosmo magazine's beauty editor is here with the real reasons you're not getting all your zs and what you can do about it. >> nice to see you. >> hey. >> there are all kinds of things that contribute, right? >> a lot of surprising things is what we found. the first thing is total silence. you think you need total silence, but it's actually bad. it's all those random sort of inevitable sounds that happen at night, creaking, you hear them. great solution is a white noise machine or run a fan. it's just a constant sort of low lull, puts you to sleep. >> you can get them with wind, water. >> one of the things i do in the middle of the night is when i pop awake, i check my clock and iphone to see what time it is. >> naughty hoda. >> it is naughty. the real thing about electronics
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in general, digital alarm clocks, cell phones, laptops, they emit blue light. it's the type of light we see during the day and tells our body not to sleep. when we see these at nighttime, we're not ready to sleep. >> mixed messages. >> what should you do? just not check your -- >> a traditional alarm clock is better. smart phones that power down and go into sleep mode are great. tablets and laptops, shut them down before bed. kindles are great because they don't have the back light. magazines and books. >> sometimes when you're watching a show before bed and can't sleep. "24" or one of those crazy shows and you can't sleep. >> a horror movie, then you want to sleep. >> horror is bad, it pads up adrenaline. wind down from that adrenaline high or dvr it and watch it the next day at a earlier hour. >> look at this cute dog, how could you not want this dog
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in your bed? >> this is a tough one. pets are really hard. we want them in bed. they're so cuddly. but the problem is even if you're not allergic to pets you can have sort of a temporary allergy in your bed, because the dander collects and the sheets and blankets and you start to sneeze at night. that's never good. >> bambino is hypoallergenic. he stays in one spot, i lean over, there he is, right there. >> frank is nearby? >> frank's hand is on him too. we both smoosh all night long. he brings me pleasure. i have little in my life, all right? >> wash the sheets more frequently. and you'll be good. >> i do wash my sheets. >> tell us about the colors on the wall. >> window treatments are really important. you need to make sure the blinds and curtains are well fitted around the window so you don't let in the slivers of light. when it comes to paint, all those popular colors like the bright reds and the greens,
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these things are designed to jolt us and inspire us and they are really great for the rest of your house. for the bedroom, stick to neutral tones. >> what about the temperature in the room matters. it should be colder. >> the trouble is when you have a partner who's hot, you're cold, vice versa, you have to compromise someplace or separate. >> 65 to 75 is the sweet spot. >> that's huge. >> cotton blankets and sheets are great. they allow anybody who's overheating to evaporate. clutter. big problem. you see the laundry, the pile of work, and it starts to set off a checklist in your mind of things you need to do tomorrow and the next week. tidy up a bit, gives you a better sleep for sure. >> the scents in your room. aromatherapy is scientifically proven to put you to sleep. especially lavender or vanilla. if you can light a candle an hour or so before bed, blow it
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it is now time for 3, 2, 1 live with sara haines. she's next door at the nintendo world store. >> hope you pulled together some fascinating questions. >> i have a group of ladies that might be -- woo, woo before they got here. this is nancy from mississippi and she's got a question about music. >> i want to know if you could have a musician on your show, who would it be and why?
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>> i would have flo rida because i'm fascinated with him. do you know him? >> my grand baby is four. >> i have the taste of a grand baby. >> sting, rod taylor, and sara made me. ♪ apple bottom jeans boots with the fur ♪ >> we have barbara from florida and she has a question about the holidays. >> with the holidays coming, what's your favorite tradition here? >> go ahead. >> it's funny. because my brother just adopted a little baby from ethiopia, ella, she's coming with my brother, his wife, and my mom to my house for thanksgiving and we go to the parade. i'm so excited for ella to see that. that's kind of a new tradition. >> the one time of the year i cook. and i do all the traditional stuff my mom taught me how to cook. there's no changing. you don't mess with perfection. >> thank you, have a great holiday. do you know how to present yourself to get what you want?
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we'll tell you how to walk into a room with something called executive presence. what's worse, your refrigerator handle or toilet seat? >> what do you mean? >> we're going to tell you all about germs, the kind you need to worry about. the truth about healthy foods, nuts to wine. we'll give you the bottom line. from australia's gold coast to our coast, the adorable cody simpson after your local news. 2@
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back on this try-day friday with more of "today." do you want to develop that "wow" factor that gets you noticed in the office and gets you what you want in life? you need executive presence. >> how you speak, dress and otherwise yourself is going to have an impact on how seriously people take you. here to show us are ann, editor
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in chief of marie claire magazine and our friend jean cascade. >> nice to see you. >> there's something that happens when you walk into a room. describe what you're talking about, what's executive presence? >> it has to do with how you act, how you speak, and how you present yourself in a room. it's about walking in a room with confidence and credibility. >> is it something you can fake or do you have to naturally have it? >> seems to me i wouldn't want to have to say to myself, i'm going to go in and be this and this if you're not that way. something authentic or something that you learn? >> it can be learned. we did a study and really boiled it down to three things, gravitas, confidence, and appearance. it's about finding the things in the gravitas piece of it, whether you have emotional intelligence or whether or not you can walk into a room and read the room and finding the things that come naturally to you and own them and hone those skills. >> i think people don't understand they have to practice this. even if you are not born with it. if you can get yourself out there, just as you'd practice
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giving a talk, having an interview, you practice how you want to present yourself. >> how do you do that? >> in front of my friends or a mirror. the first time i came on this show, i practiced so many different ways to say everything because you knew you had to get the information out quickly, clearly, concisely. it also makes a huge difference in how much you get paid. the american association of university women just did a study. and they found college grads on a very equal footing, women are still earning about 20% less than men. we get paid about 80 cents on the dollar. >> that's amazing to me. >> i know a lot of people with tons of confidence and gravitas and other things and they are running things, but they are not necessarily the smartest one. the one who should be. they just know how to carry themselves, walk into a room. how important is stuff like that, what you wear. how you carry yourself? >> posture. >> i did it for this segment. i don't usually do that. it's not comfortable. >> okay.
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>> certain things in appearance. appearance is one of the key things in it. there are things about your appearance that can trip you up. for example, too tight clothing, dressing a little bit too sexily maybe if you're going into a job interview, wearing too much makeup. the study we did, we surveyed 4,000 professional men and women, the number one thing for women in an interview, not wearing a bra. >> who isn't wearing a bra? people still don't wear bras, really? >> undergarments, little things. wearing the right one. >> if it's a bad one it looks like you're not wearing one. >> you need to dress for the job that you want. >> if you're going to hooters, don't wear one. >> if you're going into an interview, google a picture of the person you're interviewing and dress to them. >> that makes sense. >> reading their environment. that you're going into. >> a lot of people don't do that, read the room. >> in terms of your voice. some people are soft spoken and
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it's not in their nature and people don't hear them. they get spoken over or whatever. what do you do if you're that sort of person? >> speak with authority, say what you're meaning and not overspeaking. make your point, be clear. >> practice. decide these are the three things i am going to say today, then say them well. >> that's the way actors learn their lines, over and over and over again. >> sometimes it's not what you say, it's how you say it. sometimes i don't remember what they said but i remember i liked how confident they were about themselves. >> thank you, ladies. do you know where your germs are lurking in your home? >> you may be surprised where you need to worry and where you can relax. >> it might be your husband. >> right after this. [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus presents the cold truth. i have a cold, and i took nyquil, but i'm still "stubbed" up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] it doesn't have a decongestant. no way. [ male announcer ] sorry. alka-seltzer plus fights your worst cold symptoms plus has a fast acting decongestant
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so should you obsess about the germs lurking in your home? you may be surprised to learn where the dirty dangers are really there and what places are safe. >> here to tell us is julie baines.
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she is health director at "ladies home journal." >> you're going to alleviate people's fears when it comes to germs. >> or cause a major panic. >> we can obsess less. >> let's hear why. >> things you touch a lot, a sink handle. refrigerator doors? are these culprits? >> germs are everywhere, but most of them don't make you sick. for example, the refrigerator door, you might have taken out the raw chicken, cut it up, then without thinking you're going to go grab the lettuce. you need to wash it. we don't always think to clean refrigerator handles. same with your sink handle. we may obsess about cleaning the inside of the sink, but we touch this to turn it on to wash our hands. >> also after you've used the bathroom, you know, you then open up -- >> bathroom sink handles. that's more important. >> medicine chest handles. >> that's a lot dirtier than the toilet seat. >> go to the toilet seat. our minds are there anyway. >> exactly. how dirty is it? >> we don't need to obsess about this.
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this is the toilet in your home. as our microbiologist told us, nothing that germy comes in contact with the seat. let's face it. >> yeah. >> depends on where you live. >> most of us clean it. public toilets are a little different. it's the flush handle you need to clean. you may be scrubbing away and forget to clean the handle. >> i hear remotes, especially in a hotel room. >> hotel room remotes, good to take wipes with you, clean the hotel remote. at home, you're fine. unless someone in the house is sick, you're passing it around, then you're sitting there eating stuff. >> while watching tv. >> human beings are disgusting. >> here's the deal with germs. they are not going to hurt you unless they get inside of you. don't lick your remote and phone. >> some people have a problem with it. you shouldn't judge. >> the phone thing is interesting to me. look at a phone, anybody's phone. especially a woman. makeup all over. >> i wipe mine all the time. >> is there something nasty about the phone? >> we mostly carry them in our
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purse. don't put it down on the bathroom floor and don't lick it. basically it's fine. >> why do you keep talking about licking the phone? >> don't kiss it when you're on face time with your phone. you can clean it with a wipe. 99% of the germs out there don't make you sick. you can lick my face. >> this is getting weirder and weirder. >> some people like to lick their sneakers. we don't judge. >> the bottom of the shoes. >> we all know someone who makes us take our shoes off when we go into their house. that drives me crazy. >> last time you visit. >> city streets are dirty, but they mostly stay on the floor. >> they don't get picked up? >> unless you lick your floor, it's probably okay. >> if you have a baby crawling around on the floor, yes, you can worry about this a little. in general these are not germs that are going to get into your body easily. >> i like the way you're thinking, julie. you're thinking things through. >> if someone in your house is
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sick, this is where you need to be more careful than usual. it's a good idea to make the sick person stay in the bedroom for awhile. sort of isolate. they do say you should not share towels, because warm, damp places, cold and flu viruses are going to multiply. wash towels and sheets in hot water with bleach. >> just quickly at the end. this is alcohol-based. this is not like -- antibiotic soaps are not necessarily a good idea. they can contribute to antibiotic resistance. these are mostly made with alcohol. if you don't have access to a sink this is good. they will kill germs. regular soap and water and hand washing. >> jerry won't let us try it. coming up, real truth about healthy foods right about this. hi, everyone. i'm meteorologist kelly cass. we'll look at your forecast as we get the weekend started.
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looks like it will be beautiful and very springlike across half of the count with warming temperatures. we have a strong system a cold front moving across the plains along with our winter storm from northern montana all the way down into colorado. the mountains of new mexico as well we have winter storm warnings in effect. we're talking one to two feet of snow in some locations, especially for some of the ski resorts in colorado. there's a look at the temperatures. i mentioned how warm it's going to be out ahead of that front. you'll see 70 in louisville, mid 60s in washington, d.c., 70s in atlanta and dallas. here comes the bitter cold air behind the front. we're looking at 19 for a high in billings, montana. now as we head towards sunday here comes the cold front bringing that chance for some strong thunderstorms. can't rule out the possibility of tornadoes. but for the most part it will be damaging winds, possibly some large hail and frequent lightning in dallas, tulsa, little rock towards kansas city and st. louis and knocking on chicago's door. we've got some football being played sunday night in chicago,
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hopefully we'll get through all four quarters without any rain. but it's not going to be likely. it looks like that cold front will be moving in for that. 64 degrees for a high in chicago, 60 degrees in new york city. mild weather. that's what we need in the northeast especially where we still have power outages. here comes the front marching toward the east for the ohio valley, anywhere from cleveland down towards new orleans. we'll have that chance for more thunderstorms out ahead of it the mild weather. behind it you'll notice the big cooldown. chicago's high on monday only 40 degrees. and then by tuesday even across the south we're cooling things down with atlanta's high in the upper 50s and wet weather for the northeast and mid-atlantic coast. well stay with us. we've got more on your forecast, wake up with al on the weather channel 6:00 and 10:00 in the morning eastern time. wooohooo....hahaahahaha!
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when it comes to nutrition, it makes it hard to keep track
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of what is healthy and what isn't. >> luckily editor of prevention magazine is here to tell the truth about healthy foods. >> once and for all. or else she'll be back next week. >> we always hear those things, coffee's good, wine's good, wine's bad. >> it gets confusing for us too, so we chose 11 foods americans eat every single week to get to the bottom. >> let's start with coffee. >> coffee is actually america's top source of antioxidants. they're loaded with anti-oxidants, great for heart health, staving off dementia. you're better off going with a simple coffee with a little milk. >> why is that? >> fat, calories. you get a meal's worth of fat. >> all right, wine. please, don't disappoint here. >> good news, wine is great for you. the trick is, limit yourself one to two glasses per day, any more than that, you can increase your risk for certain cancers. >> okay. potatoes are good for you.
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they get a bad rap because they are starchy. >> i love potatoes. >> one serving gives you about five grams of protein. ed trick is not to fry them. >> they are delicious roasted. >> sweet potatoes are even better for you, because they have vitamin a. >> i have never seen that kind of potato, what is that? >> purple potato. >> nice observation. >> looks like buffalo balls, but what do i know? >> no need to say hold the cheese. cheese can give you 20% of your daly calcium needs in one serving. one serving is about the size of two dice. don't go overboard. >> it's moderation. >> omega 3s. salmon and tuna? >> they are great for brain health, heart health, your skin, your mood. there is concern about mercury contamination, but the benefits far outweigh the risk. one to two servings of fish per week. >> one of the reasons i've been healthy is i've been going to this restaurant on west 51st
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street. the greatest sushi. almost every day. i've been in fighting form. thank you. >> dark chocolate. >> chocolate for dessert. >> dark chocolate. >> yes. low sugar, don't want milk chocolate. not the candy bar that's by the cash register. >> let's go, baby. >> come on right in here. >> red meat. when we think of red meat, we think of saturated fat, but there are great cuts of meat that are lean, no fat. look for loin or round. b vitamins, zinc, iron. all these things that keep your immunities up. >> what about nuts? unless saturated in oils, they are great, right? >> they are actually a great weight loss food, because if you eat them in moderation, they are loaded with fiber and protein, which makes you feel full. >> they do, they fill you up. >> 25 almonds, 50 pistachios no more per day. >> what about the beer, shavon? >> wine gets all the glory, but beer is great for you too. people who drink one to two beers a day.
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can stave off the risk of cardiac disease by 30%. but one to two per day. that's it. >> beers or nuts? >> beer. beer. >> all righty, moving on. >> soy. everyone thinks of soy as a health food. there were reports that linked soy to an increased risk of certain cancers. our experts say you have to be eating a ton of soy to get there. you're fine eating in moderation. it's a wonderful low-fat vegetable protein. >> i went off edamame because of that. >> they tell you if you've had breast cancer you shouldn't be eating that they said. >> then other sources say you can. >> down here in the egg department. >> incredible, edible egg. >> whole eggs are terrific for you. there's new studies all the time, but our bottom line is one egg a day, terrific for you. eat the yolk. that's where the b vitamins are and vitamin d. >> thank you very much. until we have another survey, you won't be seeing her. but suns we'll see another survey very soon you'll be back. all righty, awesome aussie
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cody simpson with a live performance in our studio. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. when singing sensation cody simpson was 11 years old, he started posting on youtube. now four years later, his music has an astonishing 147 million views. on youtube. >> that's three less than my music videos. that's amazing. we first met cody next year when several young fans showed up to watch him through our window here.
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they'll be happy to know cody is out with his debut album called "paradise." and already getting terrific reviews, cody. congratulations. >> thank you very much. your music is far beyond your years. that's what one of the reviews said. billboard says "a deft touch beyond his years, for breezy, toes in the sand pop tunes." >> awesome. >> how does it feel giving birth to this album? >> feels awesome. something i worked hard on for a long time. debut album is a very important move, and i just wanted to make sure it was perfect. that's why i took my time with it and made sure it really showed, you know, who i was. you know what i mean? >> we like that teen "vogue" calls you america's new heartbreaker. sounds like you're elbowing out mr. justin bieber. >> i don't know about that. >> he's getting old. we have to make room for the new. >> what are you going to sing for us today, cody? >> my single off the new album "wish you were here." >> wish you all the success.
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there's cody simpson. go over to your band, buddy. >> go get em. >> all right. ♪ ♪ lately i got this feeling ♪ i don't know what's the meaning but i know it's strong ♪ ♪ and it's over you ♪ all i want is to be home with you ♪ ♪ i'm coming right back ♪ living without you is no no ♪ i'm coming right back ♪ i wish you were here ♪ yeah i wish you were here ♪ music is better and lights are brighter when you are near ♪ ♪ am i making it clear
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♪ music is better and right now i just wish you were here ♪ ♪ right now i just wish you were here ♪ ♪ can't wait till you come back home ♪ ♪ so hard getting by all alone ♪ leave a message at the tone ♪ i know you know i know we can make it ♪ ♪ it's been too long since i looked into your eyes ♪ ♪ i'm waiting hurry back ♪ get a cab just fly here jet pack ♪ ♪ right now i wish you were here ♪ ♪ wish you were here ♪ music is better and lights are brighter when you are near ♪ ♪ am i making it clear ♪ the music is better and right now i just wish you were here ♪
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♪ right now i just wish you were here ♪ ♪ right now i just wish you were here ♪ ♪ right now i just wish you were here ♪ ♪ right now i just wish you were here ♪ ♪ ♪ i wish you were here ♪ ♪ right now i just wish you were here ♪ ♪ right now i just wish you were here ♪ ♪ right now i just wish you were here ♪ ♪ right now i just wish you were here ♪